In an ESPN story (sorry I don't have a link to it, I read it on my phone and couldn't find the link on ESPN.com) "Michael Vick's focus: Defenses and Debt", it details Mike Vick's re-entry into the NFL and the stipulations that came along with it.
I highly recommend reading the story when it gets posted, as it goes over some of the things you don't really think of when you marvel about Mike's resurgance. He is on a debt repayment plan, to help the IRS and his debtos recoup the money they lost when he filed bankruptcy and went to jail. The story goes over his budget and where all of his money was going and is going now.
The Chiefs connection comes in the form of Demorrio. Apparently, before Vick went to jail he gave away close to $5 million in money and assets, that debt collectors are targeting. Since it was over four years ago, the money is almost all gone or untraceable, so the only thing left they really can recoup is Mike's old memorabilia. Supposedly, he gave Demorrio all of his career memorablia before going to jail. If the debt collectors win the settlement against Mike Vick, then they could be authorized to reclaim the memorablia from Demorrio and auction it off to help in repayment.
This isn't really a big deal or anything, just thought it was kind of interesting to see how much Vick's life really has changed. And love him or hate him, he does seem to be headed in the right direction finally. If someone can find the link, please post it; it really is a good read!